I’m in the middle of “That Hideous Strength” and recently finished “I, Robot” (Genius, by the way. Aasimov was a master. “Liar” in particular stood out to me as both a smart application of the Three Laws and a brilliant character study on Calvin). Just bought John C. Wright’s “City Beyond Time”, though I am disappointed to report that I’m having trouble downloading it and have had to ask Vox (he helps run the publishing company) for a fix.
Currently toying with my own idea involving psychics, though it really can only work as a young-adult fiction and is more about how people deal with things like depression and suicide than the actual visions of the future. But I like the concept and am interested to see how it goes. As much of an ass as my posts on suicide may have made me seem, I am genuinely interested in helping such people, and teenagers in particular since I don’t think they’re taken as seriously. So I guess I’ll see.